I’m pleased to share that Microsoft is now a collaborator for Tedious on GitHub and contributes actively to this community-initiated effort. The Tedious Node.js connector is:
- Cross-platform: You can connect to SQL Server anywhere from node.js from platform of your choice – be it Windows, macOS, or Linux.
- Open-source: As a matter of fact, it is a project initiated by the open-source community and continues to be driven by the community. This allows us to engage with developers on GitHub, develop transparently and gather feedback quickly.
- Officially supported: You can contact Microsoft Customer Service and Support (CSS) via phone, email, twitter, forums, etc. to report and get help with any issue.
We are fixing bugs found via issues reported on GitHub and are partnering with developers to make Tedious better. We are planning on adding support for advanced SQL Server features like Multi-Subnet Failover, Always On Availability Groups, Always Encrypted, Azure Active Directory (AAD), etc.
Windows Integrated Authentication is the most common issue reported by developers on GitHub and the top request from customers. In response to customer feedback we are working on adding support for it in the next release of Tedious.
Get started today
- Check out GitHub repo for Tedious and contribute.
- File issues for bugs, feature requests, questions, etc. on GitHub and help us prioritize.
- Follow the Google Group for discussions on Tedious.
- Try the new getting started tutorials that show you how to:
- Install SQL Server on Linux/macOS/Docker/Windows
- Create a simple app using languages such as C#, Java, Node.js, PHP and Python with SQL Server.
- Create a simple app using popular web frameworks and Object Relational Mapping (ORM) frameworks with SQL Server.
- Try out some cool SQL Server features that can make your apps shine.
Connect with us
Join the conversation at: https://gitter.im/mssqldev
- We recently announced public preview of the next release of SQL Server on Linux and Windows which brings the power of SQL Server to both Windows – and for the first time ever – Linux.
- Visit the Connect(); webpage to watch videos on overview, security, high availability, and developer tools for SQL Server on Linux on-demand.
- Go to the next release of SQL Server webpage
Other videos in this series
- Watch the SQL Server on Linux: overview and Microsoft Mechanics video to see how to get started with SQL Server on Linux in less than a minute
- SQL Server on Linux: use SQL Tools with SQL Server
- SQL Server + Java: what’s new
- SQL Server + PHP: what’s new
- SQL Server + C#: what’s new
- SQL Server + Python: what’s new